Iceberg measuring 1,550 sqaure kilometres breaks off in Antarctica

An iceberg measuring 1,550 square kilometers broke away from the Brunt Ice Shelf near a research station in Antarctica.

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    1. Icebergs are parts of an ice shelf that fall off. So this is much bigger than an iceberg that sunk the Titanic.

  1. Great. This is just f’in great.

    Now I need a Rye and Coke in a glass that is over 100,000 cubic kilometres.

    Maybe if we cut the North Pole off of Mars. We can use it as a leftie.

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